Beulah Fire Cadets

Donning and Doffing
Donning and Doffing

Donning and Doffing drills day!

Teamwork
Teamwork

Learning to work together to move as a team.

Radio Communications
Radio Communications

Radio Communications training day utilizing the blocks to communicate a design to a team located in another room.

Donning and Doffing
Donning and Doffing

Donning and Doffing drills day!

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Our Fire Cadet Program is designed for youth from freshman through senior year of high school age, who are interested in learning about a career in Fire Suppression and Emergency Medical Services. This program is not intended to be a direct recruiter of future firefighters, but rather gives young men and women an inside look into the Fire and Emergency Medicine profession.

Through classroom instruction, hands-on training, and volunteer work, Cadets are provided a base of knowledge and experience that will benefit them not only in fire service careers, but also in all future endeavors.

The program provides firefighting training, EMS training, ride alongs, career achievement, training scenarios, and scholarship opportunities.

Cadets assist firefighters/EMT's around the fire station including station maintenance, maintaining equipment, training drills, and by becoming involved with the community assisting with community relations and fire prevention.

Membership and Joining Requirements

The Beulah Fire Cadet Program has the following membership requirements:

  • Be a resident of the Beulah Fire Protection and Ambulance District response area

  • Be a freshman through senior in high school.

  • Submit a complete Cadet Application form.

  • Submit completed Medical History form.

  • Complete Parental/Guardian Permission and Consent form.

  • Satisfactory pass background investigation check.

  • Maintenance of a minimum GPA of 2.0.

  • Ability to participate in a minimum of 1 department training session per month.

  • Adherence to all Beulah Fire Cadet Program Standard Operating Guidelines.

  • Ability to meet minimum of 11 Cadet points per month.

For more information contact Lt. Amber Reiman.

It is our belief that by teaching values to the youth of our area, the BFPAD is building a better future for our community.​